"It would be inappropriate to talk about the taste of a person who sucks the coke and organizes prostitution with prostitutes." These were the words of Chancellor of the Castle Bratislav Manner in Foret a criticism of the fact that on October 28 the husband chancellor Alex Mynářová.
And the former destroyer of Castle Forejt then ran for the flash: "I would like to remind Mr Mynář that, on the basis of the materials he had provided, I was investigated by the police, which in September 2017 concluded that I had not committed any offense or misconduct."
Indiscriminately, he described Mynar as the person behind the compromise video of 2016. An altered person like Forejt, for example, wore a white powder that looked remarkable for cocaine.
The video in the background is unclear
After nearly two years, Forejt apparently revealed who was interested in such a video. As far as its origin is concerned, uncertainty still prevails. It turned out that the video spread two couples of men with a criminal past. He was shot by a man who apparently was a drug distributor, prostitute and pornstar.
The exact motive for creating the video was not yet clear, Forejt did not talk about himself. He claimed only that someone had been extorted by this video and demanded money for his destruction. However, the police did not prove this and suspended the case. Another man offered the video to journalists and, in his words, wanted to earn him money because Forejt allegedly owed money to him. Now the former recorder suggested that Mahar himself could start the video.
The police postponed the investigation
The police also investigated the video content itself, but last fall it came to the conclusion that no crime was committed. "Police officers checked the events recorded in the video, it was about two people," said Štěpánek Zenklová, a representative of the Prague Public Prosecutor's Office.
Forej shortly after the video scandal that leaked to the Castle's file was over, it officially justified it for personal and health reasons. Later, he joined the Václav Klaus Institute.